Tuesday, July 27th
Liturgy, July 25, 2021
Tuesday, July 20th
Liturgy July 18, 2021
In our liturgy we will be listening to the homily that Fr Frank Brennan SJ gave at the start of NAIDOC week. Reflecting on the focus for the week of ‘Heal Country’ he states that “There’ll be no healing of the country, there’ll be no constitutional recognition, and there’ll be no truth telling unless more of us hear the same call that Jesus heard and that is, “The spirit came into me and made me stand up.”
Thursday, July 15th
NAIDOC WEEK – Liturgy July 11, 2021
This week we celebrate NAIDOC week. It is an opportunity for all Australians to come together to celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the oldest continuing cultures on the planet.
Thursday, July 1st
An Alternate Response – Online Liturgy July 4, 2021
Annette Brownlie from The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) will be speaking about an increased Australian anxiety and how peace in our region is under threat.
Monday, June 28th
Liturgy June 27, 2021
Thursday, June 24th
Liturgy June 20, 2021
Thursday, June 17th
Liturgy June 13, 2021
Karyn Walsh will be giving commentary on a video celebrating the 25 year history of Micah Projects. For over 25 years we at SMX have had a very proud relationship with Micah Projects. This weekend we celebrate something of this pride and remember some of the great work that has been done.
Tuesday, June 8th
Liturgy June 6, 2021
This weekend we will be celebrating World Environment Day. Our liturgy will be focusing on the importance of each of us doing something to address the climate crisis. We will be encouraging people to allow the emotion of love to be the driving force to enable us to hang in there despite our collective dismal attempts to really address this crisis.
Thursday, June 3rd
Liturgy May 30, 2021
This homily presents a model of our Spiritual Universe and how it works. Much will be familiar. But some of your ideas could be challenged!
Thursday, May 27th
Liturgy May 23, 2021
Mark Taylor spoke on the 24th anniversary of National Sorry Day. It is the day when the 'Bringing Them Home Report' was tabled in our Federal Parliament.cThe report is about the Stolen Generations who were survivors of past government policies that allowed the forcible removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families.